Egypt

Chaos in Cairo

Print edition : July 26, 2013

Anti-regime protesters in the coastal city of Alexandria on June 28. President Morsy's foes have mobilised a large number of people seeking his resignation. Photo: AFP

A Morsy supporter. The president can depend on the Muslim Brotherhood cadre to muster support. Photo: GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP

Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, Defence Minister, with Morsy. Many want him to take over the reins of power. Photo: Mohammed Abd El Moaty/AP

In Cairo, Morsy tells his opponents to use elections, not protests, to effect a change of government. Photo: AP

A farmer in Qalubiyah, north of Cairo. Morsy has promised a waiver of small farmers' loans. Photo: Hassan Ammar/AP

A year after Mohamed Morsy was elected President, protests seeking a premature end to his tenure rock Egypt. It is about rewriting the rules of the revolution rather than a return to autocracy.
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